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Michele A. Marchione

February 7, 1966August 29, 2020
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Michele Keough Marchione, 54, passed away at her home in Coconut Creek, Florida on Saturday August 29th, 2020. Michele was born in Jamaica, Queens on February 7th, 1966 to Walter and Patricia Keough. She married Carmen Marchione Jr. on October 16th, 1999 and was the mother to John Hardardt, Nicholas Marchione and a dog named Rocky. Michele was extremely devoted to her family, and dedicated her time to numerous community organizations and causes, most notably her sons’ sporting activities. Michele founded the Florida Revenge travel baseball team, and volunteered her time as team mom and served as President of the Monarch High School Baseball booster club. Michele is survived by her husband Carmen, sons John and Nicholas, and grandson Jackson. Her celebration of life will be held at Babione Funeral Home on Sunday, September 6th from 2-5pm. Babione is located at 10060 Calle Comercio Dr, Boca Raton, FL 33428 (on the corner of 441/Glades).

In lieu of flowers, we will be setting up a scholarship in her name, which can be accessed through GoFundMe, and will be awarded to a high school senior who showed excellence both in the classroom and in sports.

https://www.gofundme.com/f/michele-marchione-scholar-athlete-award?utm_source=customer&utm_medium=copy_link&utm_campaign=p_cf+share-flow-1

Michele had an infectious smile and loved her life. She will be missed by all that were lucky enough to have met her.

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  • Memorial Gathering

    Sunday, September 6, 2020

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Sharon Pablo

September 7, 2020

Will always remember Michele and her sports enthusiasm. Love you Michele. From Roger as well

Alan & Louise Hopper/Ball

September 6, 2020

In our lives, we meet many people. Few are as good as Michele was. She was a great wife and mother (and dog mom to Rocky) who brought her infectious sense of joy to everyone she ever met. I'll never forget running into Michele and asking her how it went with the car wash fundraiser that she helped organize for her son Nicholas's baseball team at the 7-Eleven on the corner of Hillsboro Blvd. and Lyons Rd. She replied with glee, "We made $1,100 bucks!" That was classic Michele. Always helping others. Our lives are lessened now that she is no longer with us on a day-to-day basis, but we were just lucky to have known such a wonderful person. The joy with which she lived her life will be an inspiration to us for as long as we live.

Steve Sparks

September 4, 2020

We are all so sad to hear of this. Michele was such a kind and caring person. She had the most infectious smile I have ever seen. Regardless of what was going on you could count on her to have that big broad beautiful smile.
Working with her in the air conditioning field for so many years is something I will cherish. Michele was responsible for setting up and organizing a fishing tournament and golf outing for well over one hundred contractors every year and she did it with such grace and ease. She wanted everyone to have a wonderful time and she made sure they did. I have attached a photo of Michele and I at one of the tournaments.I am sure all who knew her would share similar great memories.
I enjoyed talking with her about family life and know how precious her family was to her.
I just know with her faith that she is still smiling at all of us and want us to smile and cherish the memories we have of her.

John Moore

September 2, 2020

It is with heavy heart to hear this news. I have known this family from 1983, Michele's late high school days. I owe much gratitude to this family for who I am today. I know she is received and guided into heaven by the most experienced angel Walt, her father. They have created many old memories and many more current ones as our lives and other's, meshed together for many years. We were part of possibly " The Greatest Team" of all time in our shared and joined employ. We, the team, and our supporting team of customers (friends) know this. It a big crowd. My heart and prayers go out to the family and "friends" who grieve this moment. May God bless us left behind, as we try to understand a greater thing than we know.

Kevin O’Keefe

September 2, 2020

Michele and I worked together for 12 years and we became close friends during that time. She took great pride in her work including the organization of our annual Florida Keys fishing tournament, which was no easy task as we invited around 150 of our best customers. She faced each day with a great attitude and a bright friendly smile. Michele was a Christian and believed in Jesus Christ as her savior. So even though we will miss her earthly presence we should rejoice knowing that she is home now, her earthly mission accomplished. John 3:16 days, “For God so loved the world that he gave his only begotten son that whoever should believe in him shall never perish but have everlasting life”- I know that Jesus himself greeted her and said, “Welcome home my good and faithful servant “- All of us should remember her as the happy, glowing spirit that she was. The world lost a wonderful spirit, but Heaven gained a humble angel. God bless you Michele! You will be missed by many.
~Kevin O’Keefe~ 9.2.2020~

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